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February 01, 2010

ELT Books discount increases to 20%

header_chara.jpg From today, all ETJ members placing orders of any size for any book through ELT Books will receive a 20% discount. The discount has been increased to support E-Quality, a new association for language schools and independent teachers sponsored by Oxford University Press and David English House that will be launched next week. The 20% discount will apply to orders made by all ETJ members until May 31st. After that, only E-Quality members will receive the 20% discount and others will receive 15%.

ELT Books is well-known for offering discounts on all English language teaching materials that are published by western publishers and available in Japan. They are especially popular among members of ETJ, a free association for English teachers in Japan. ELT Books is the official book seller at the ETJ Expos each year.

There is a lot of excitement leading up to the launch of E-Quality next week. The change in the ELT Books discount is only the first of the benefits for schools and teachers that will be introduced. ELT News will report on further developments as soon as they become available.

Click here for the ELT Books site. Click here for the ETJ site.

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